CSA West is sponsoring a one day workshop, "Successful Community Supported
Farming", on January 18th in the L.A. area. Contact CSA west for info.
> From: Woody Wodraska <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Community Supported Agriculture
> Date: Tuesday, November 19, 1996 6:17 AM
> There's a rather old but quite compelling video called "It's Not Just
> About Vegetables," about the first USA CSA at Indian Line Farm in
> Massachusetts, but I'm afraid I can't tell you how to get it. Maybe
> someone else on the sist can help us find it. Also, *Farms of Tomorrow*
> by Trauger Groh and Steve McFadden, a comprehensive book on CSA, is
> available for $12 plus shipping from Josephine Porter Institute for
> Applied Biodynamics, P O Box 133, Woolwine, VA 24185. Trauger Groh and
> his fellow farmers started the second CSA in the U.S., the Temple-Wilton
> Community Farm, in New Hampshire.
> Woody Wodraska
> "There is no scarcity abiding in Nature.
> Any scarcity we see is our own doing."
> On Tue, 19 Nov 1996 15:05:37 +0000 firstname.lastname@example.org (Nadace FOA) writes:
> >Thank you for the information on the CSAs. I am an American living
> >and working in Prague, the Czech Republic. I have started an organic
> >foods cooperative here, and am working for the Foundation for Organic
> >Agriculture. In looking for ways to support our organic farmers
> >(about 200 of them, mostly quite small), i am looking into developing
> >Do you have any contacts for more information-- written, or on video?
> >There was a brief piece on local TV about American CSAs, but so far i
> >have been unable to get a copy of it. If know of any books or people
> >who might be able to help me out, i would appreciate it!
> >At the ecology center where our office is, we accept volunteers in
> >exchange for accomodation, to work on a variety of projects. This is
> >another option, if someone with experience were interested in
> >visiting Prague and helping set something up over here.
> >Thank you!
> >Kirsten Szykitka
> >Foundation for Organic Agriculture
> >Kubatova 1
> >102 00 Praha 10
> >Czech Republic
> >Phone: (42 2) 75 10 46
> >Fax: (42 2) 68 49 107